Civil War Heritage in Harrisburg PA

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  • National Civil War Museum Harrisburg, PA 17103
    717-260-1861
    Admission to the wine & cheese exhibit opening reception is $10.00 per person with complimentary admission for National Civil War Museum members.  Robert Sandow will lecture on "PA Draft Resistance...
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  • Northwest Quadrant of Market Square, Brick over concrete Harrisburg, PA 17101
    Throughout the Civil War, the Union Army depended on Harrisburg as a hub for troops and supplies. Harrisburg's economic and cultural life centered on Market Square.
  • Downtown Marysville Marysville, PA 17053
    717-957-3110
    Marysville, PA is a picturesque town located in the southern tip of Perry County. The 2 1/2 miles square borough is bounded by mountains to the north and the south, by the Susquehanna River to the...
  • East Main and South Market Streets, In Concrete Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
    Mechanicsburg was the northernmost town to surrender formally to the Confederacy or face bombardment.
  • 18th and Walnut Streets Harrisburg, PA 17111
    717-255-3020
    Built in 1872, this 85-acre park hosts many year-round activities. Visitors enjoy art galleries, a summer concert series, and a Civil War Museum.
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  • 300 North St. Harrisburg, PA 17120-0101
    717-787-4980
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  • Riverfront Park at Walnut St., In Grass Harrisburg, PA 17101
    Harrisburg made a tempting target as a key transportation hub and large cache of military supplies at nearby Camp Curtin.
  • 47 E. Main St Mechanicsburg, PA 17055-3852
    The Union Church in Mechanicsburg dates from 1825. The Union Church never had a permanent congregation or a regular pastor. Many of Mechanicsburg's congregations used the Union Church as a meeting...
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